Welsh & Welsh is the premier personal injury law firm that has been serving the Omaha community for over 65 years. We are licensed in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri. At Welsh & Welsh PC, LLO, our Omaha personal injury lawyers are committed to helping residents in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri obtains justice and ensure they can provide for their families after a tragic injury. Recovering after a serious injury or accident can be difficult, but when that injury or incident was caused by the careless, reckless, or otherwise negligent actions of another person or corporation, the recovery process can seem needlessly brutal. Hiring an experienced injury lawyer from Welsh & Welsh can give you the room you need to recover in a stress-free environment as we take over all legal tasks so you can rest easy knowing that the best personal injury law firm is fighting for you.
Whether you were involved in a serious car accident, truck accident, or need help with a product liability or medical malpractice claim, we’re on your side. Contact our office today to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer who can walk you through the process of filing a claim. We’re happy to offer a no-obligation consultation at no cost to you and tell you if taking legal action is in your best interest.
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Welsh & Welsh can help you make up for lost wages, pain and suffering, and provide compensation for injuries suffered.
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